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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Washington Consensus

Theory and system in understanding middle east international politics. Attuned to the nuance"s of the region"s politics, and sought to use theoretical
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Kenneth Waltz, Structural Dynamics, Great Power

Address how unipolarity contributes to explaining a time w/ low politics where there"s room for reforms both internationally and w/in states. Determine
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Persian Cossack Brigade, Messianic Judaism, Iranian Red Crescent Society

Modern iran chapter 3 continuity and change under the qajars. Aghu mohammad khan led tribal forces, took over much of iran > assassinated in 1797. Stat
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Stateless Society, Nomothetic, Transnationalism

Great powers intervene in small states and small states w/ one another. Difficult to analyze: non-intervention can be twisted forms of intervention, di
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nuclear Proliferation, Marc Trachtenberg, Gunboat Diplomacy

Based around a general form of nonintervention > when it doesn"t apply. Instead here it means the use of force when a line has been crossed. Clinton ad
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Iranian Red Crescent Society, Economic Mobility, Ulama

Modern iran chapter 2: foundations of 19th c. iran. Best fighting forces (tribes), central: cannons and trained artillery. Qajar relied on tribal armie
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cosmopolitanism, Multilateralism, Hutu

More operations where a great power would take the lead. Member states only contribute to operations where they had a vested interest. Concern the un w
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Persian Constitutional Revolution, Mirza Malkam Khan, Iranian Red Crescent Society

Modern iran chapter 4 protest and revolution (1890-1914) Oppositional and reformist newspaper: virtues of fixed legal system and evils of corrupt gover
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Montesquieu, Collective Action, Civil Society

Concern about saddam hussein, iraq"s weapons, and possible terrorist activity. 3 weeks after military attack > us has temporary rule over iraq. Iraq"s
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Islamic Revival, Iranian Red Crescent Society, Ulama

Modern iran chapter 1: religion and society to 1800. 1978-9 revolution and its aftermath > public interest in iran. Developed over the decades in relig
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: International Security, Neoliberalism, Ethnocentrism

Serious underrating of the third world, which is new to is, this underrating came from a focus on the cold war for the origins of conflicts from late 1
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UCLAPOL SCI 139Bordenkircher, EricFall

POL SCI 139 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nuclear Proliferation, Humanitarian Intervention, Internally Displaced Person

Evolution of r2p from an idea > emerging norm. Persuading states to fulfill their protection responsibilities and providing mutual assistance on a cons
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